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post #31 of 40
It sounds like this is a CPU upgrade into a system that already existed.gDKQOr
Edited by pobanzyupi - 3/14/14 at 11:22pm
post #32 of 40
I think you have discovered a problem with XTU. The BCLK of your CPU and motherboard are fine. During the cool down test, does RealTemp show the BCLK varying wildly? Probably not.
post #33 of 40
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Interesting, to answer some questions, my vrin is 1.9, cache multiplier 39, annd everything else was stock. Even if it was just that thesoftware messing with it. It wouldnt have changed the reference clock in ranges between 87 -117mhz and on multiple trials. I ran those same tests on my i5 and reference clock was always rock solid. Btw for stock settings my cpu draws 1.117 for vcore its a tad on the high side =/ going sunday for exchange. Real temp cdt always mqkes me run prime95 it asks me for its .exe. and when running prime95 standalone I get similar results. Also whenver my cpu activity spikes my cpu temp goes with it, those oc result pictures show it in one of em bottom righ4 corner

Soooo just got back from micro center, put this bad larry in, and at stock under load its pulling almost 1.2 vcore at stock!!! temps are like 74*c. So i put static vcore and made it stay at 1.1vcore and that seemed to lower my temps down to 65*c~ under full load. Haven't tried overclocking this one yet.
post #34 of 40
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I think you have discovered a problem with XTU. The BCLK of your CPU and motherboard are fine. During the cool down test, does RealTemp show the BCLK varying wildly? Probably not.
Actually CPU-Z was showing it going up and down, so XTU and CPU-Z both showed the same things.
Unless i really did expose a software bug... but im putting my bet on a dud chip xD
post #35 of 40
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Soooo just got back from micro center, put this bad larry in, and at stock under load its pulling almost 1.2 vcore at stock!!! temps are like 74*c. So i put static vcore and made it stay at 1.1vcore and that seemed to lower my temps down to 65*c~ under full load. Haven't tried overclocking this one yet.
Overclocked to 4.2ghz@1.2vcore stable 1.9vin but my temps were in the 90's! So i broke down and used 1 drop of shin etsu, Prime95 max temp was 72!!!!!!!!!!!! lower than my stock temps!!!!! So am I applying AS5 High Density Poly Synthetic Compound wrong or is it just that... bad?
post #36 of 40
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Right nowmim thermally capped, 4.3ghz @1.225vcore 2133mhz ram and hitting 85*c in prime95, and when im rendering Im rendering my 3dimages in blender im hitting 92*c max. Doesthat sound normal? I think this chip can do 4.6 easy but, I need to fix mh cooling. Anyone with h80i pitch in.
post #37 of 40
Delid mate, delid.. That's all I can say..
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post #38 of 40
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I think this chip can do 4.6 easy

Overall, the chips can hit 4.6+, that doesnt mean your guaranteed to be able to. Each chip is different, as well as the motherboard. I use AS5 but its my understanding there are better thermal compounds out there. I had to clean and reseat/reapply on my h80i a couple of times before i got it right. Seating the h80i can be difficult because of the tension on the block from the tubes/rad. Ideally you want someone to hold the rad to reduce the tension and apply pressure on the block from the top down the whole time your setting it up moving it as little as possible while tightening the 4 thumb screws.

I also found with the 4770k that applying the AS5 in a thin line in the middle worked best for me. The as sight had good diagrams.

pg 5 vertical line method
http://www.arcticsilver.com/pdf/appmeth/int/vl/intel_app_method_vertical_line_v1.1.pdf

Also i think the thermal ceiling before throttling is 100c, not that you want to run at or close to that. Also are you using corsair Link for the h80i, if so check the fan settings/speed. I run a custom curve that uses lower rpms for normal usage and then i usually switch profiles to a high RPM setting for when i run thing like handbrake.
post #39 of 40
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So I succefully dellided my chip today!! It boots and works fine will post pics and results later, only have as5 atm so any tips on putting that on the die will be helpful.
post #40 of 40
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Check out the details here http://www.overclock.net/t/1313179/official-delidded-club-guide/24680#post_22076162
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